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Dietary validation studies of self-reported fruit and vegetable intake should ideally include measurement of plasma biomarkers of intake. The aim was to conduct a validation study of self-reported fruit and

Dietary validation studies of self-reported fruit and vegetable intake should ideally include measurement of plasma biomarkers of intake. The aim was to conduct a validation study of self-reported fruit and vegetable intakes in adults, using the Australian Eating Survey (AES) food frequency questionnaire (FFQ), against a range of plasma carotenoids. Dietary intakes were assessed using the semi-quantitative 120 item AES FFQ.

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    • 2015-05-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/nu7053240
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    Burrows, Tracy L., Hutchesson, Melinda J., Rollo, Megan E., Boggess, May M., Guest, Maya, & Collins, Clare E. (2015). Fruit and Vegetable Intake Assessed by Food Frequency Questionnaire and Plasma Carotenoids: A Validation Study in Adults. NUTRIENTS, 7(5), 3240-3251. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/nu7053240

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